On Tuesday night, former Milan star Thiago Silva will go back to San Siro. A stadium where he enjoyed a lot of success. In the Champions League group stage, the 38-year-old veteran makes a trip to see his old flame AC Milan while playing for Chelsea. In the future, he anticipates himself continuing to work for the Italian champions.
Silva made a name for himself in AC Milan between the years 2009 and 2012. He arrived at the San Siro from Fluminense for a €10 million fee. With the side he won the league and the Supercoppa in 2011, before leaving for PSG.
Former Milan star Thiago Silva looks forward to his return to the San Siro
At the pre-game press conference when asked about a potential return to Serie A as a player, the Brazilian said, “My story has already been written. In reaction to the expiring contract with the Londoners, the question was posed. But I’ve already outstayed my welcome in Milan. Before I committed to Chelsea, I had a chance to leave.”
Although Silva’s years are running out, he has no plans to slow down anytime soon. “Additionally, now is not the time to discuss my contract. But I can assure you that continuing to play at a high level is vital to me. additionally to assist the team in winning championships.
Former Milan star Thiago Silva said, “The moment to talk will come. A transfer-free status does not, in his opinion, increase the likelihood of his going back to San Siro. “I don’t believe I’ll play again for Milan. But what about later? Possibly as a coach,” he hints.
Silva must first defeat his former team in the Champions League group stage. It will be a difficult homecoming to his former home, though. The Brazilian said, “I’m overjoyed and thrilled to be back here. I think of everything I’ve gone through at this lovely club. The intensity of the feelings will increase during the game.”